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Monthly Archives: February 2008

Water disconnections in Lagos

 Subscribe to Water and Sanitation Media Network, Nigeria by Email  The Lagos Water Corporation( LWC) is disconnecting public taps in the metropolis. This ultimately putting a stop to the public ...

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Media and Public Accountability in the Water and Sanitation sector

 Subscribe to Water and Sanitation Media Network, Nigeria by Email   Welcome Address by Babatope Babalobi at the Ist Annual General Meeting of the Water and Saniation Media Network, Nigeria, February, ...

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Nigeria’s Draft Water Resources Bill

 Subscribe to Water and Sanitation Media Network, Nigeria by Email   A two day Zonal Consultation on the Draft National Water Resources Bill took place  between 11th and 12th December ...

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West Africa Civil Society groups tackle corruption in Water sector

Subscribe to Water and Sanitation Media Network, Nigeria by Email Civil Society groups from the West African region recently converged in Accra, Ghana to deliberate on measures to curb corrupt ...

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Right to Water Manual

 Subscribe to Water and Sanitation Media Network, Nigeria by Email A manual on the Right to Water has been produced by the  Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions (COHRE), Swiss ...

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NGO calls for probe of mismanaged $300 million Water loan

 Subscribe to Water and Sanitation Media Network, Nigeria by Email Following statements recently credited to the Osun state Governor, Prince Olagunsoye Oyinlola that a $300million water project loan obtained by ...

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WASH Media Awards

Subscribe to Water and Sanitation Media Network, Nigeria by Email The Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) and The Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) are now accepting applications for ...

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State of Water Utilities in Nigeria saddens Water Activists

 Subscribe to Water and Sanitation Media Network, Nigeria by Email Workers in the nation’s water sector as well as civil society activists have bemoaned the poor state of public water ...

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